Mengla

勐腊县
Mengla is located in the south-east part of Xi Shuang Ban Na area.
The name " Mengla " comes from the ethnic language
and it means Town of Tea. The name is just right for this town
because there are many old tea trees wildly growing around.
Probably one of the famous mountain there is “Yi Wu Cha Shan ".

勐腊县
Mengla is located in the south-east part of Xi Shuang Ban Na area.
The name " Mengla " comes from the ethnic language
and it means Town of Tea. The name is just right for this town
because there are many old tea trees wildly growing around.
Probably one of the famous mountain there is “Yi Wu Cha Shan ".

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  • Yiwu Shan

    易武古茶山
    Yiwu is kind of the king of six ancient tea mountains
    and from all of them it has the most of the old tea trees.
    There is a very good climate for tea and all area
    has a lots of altitude differences which gives perfect condition for various teas .
    During Qing dynasty Yiwu was the most important place for the tea production and trade in Xi Shuang Ban Na.

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    Mixture of spring and autumn harvest of young arbor tea  tree leafs from Yiwu make this cake for reasonable price despite of the soaring costs of tea production from this area. Deep fermentation is revealed by very first infusion when nutty and dark chocolate notes pop out from your hot gaiwan and will remain in your mouth for good solid 6-8 steeping....

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    Leafs from young arbor tea trees growing on Yiwu mountain and fermented in Menghai. Very light fermentation allows to leafs being brewed for long time ( even 1-2 min.) and hold the flavor without any uncomfortable earthy  / soily notes and along the bitter-sweet front you might experience some "hui gan" . With light infusions it almost feels like drinking...

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    Mixture of spring and autumn harvest of young arbor tea tree leafs from Yiwu pressed into this cake 2018 Yi Wu Arbor and rest what was left from the batch as lao cha tou. Deep fermentation is not that significant as it is in the pressed cake. The pellets are very smooth in taste and give rather light nutty flavor with touch of wood. The actual sweetness...

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    Selection of tips and leafs out of big stems and huang pian from young arbors growing in Yiwu. Multilayered fermentation done in small batches guarantees clean and sweet taste without excessive pile odor despite being new shu. Slight fruity notes along with the aroma of dry walnuts from hot gaiwan. Suitable for those who want to try higher quality shu...

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